"Note: All rights were conveyed to the U.S. Government on Nov. 28, 1962. However, proprietary rights or existing copyright in footage obtained from other sources by Ford Motor Company may exist."National Archives Identifier: 91174 Topics: Hawaii, Travelogue
An anthology of photographs, verse, and description, mainly of India including Kashmir, Delhi and now Af-Pak region. Uppoaded as part of SearchKashmir.org Free books project. Topics: kashmir, india, british raj, travelogue
Series Title: Discover America Description: Professionally-produced film about the California Western Railroad, or "Skunk Line," running from Fort Bragg to Willits, California, built by Charles R. Johnson in 1885 as part of the “Redwood Route” for moving redwood logs to Mendocino coast sawmills from the back country. Appears to have been filmed circa 1970. Call Number: 1998-117-8Source: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Rights: Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the... Topics: californialightandsound, Railroad travel--California, Travelogue
In 1931 sculptor Malvina Hoffmann, accompanied by photographer and filmmaker Samuel Grimson and secretary Gretchen Green undertook a Field Museum sponsored expedition to study people, in different world locales, who would form the basis for her sculptural work commissioned for the Hall of Mankind exhibition at the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Topics: Expedition, Field Museum, Travelogue, Sculpture
LibriVox recording of Saunterings In And About London by Max Schlesinger. (Translated by Otto von Wenckstern.) Read in English by David Wales A witty 1853 travelogue by a cultured German for his countrymen. “…for I did not write for an English public, nor did I ever pretend to popularity in England. The “SAUNTERINGS” were intended for the profit and amusement of my German countrymen; and I must say I was not a little pleased and surprised with the very flattering reception which my book... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, London, england, travelogue
Tyler and Josiah sit at Clark and Farragut and discuss sexual identity politics and the hearty spirit of the Swedish-American frontiersman. Topics: chicago, improv, travelogue, clark, farragut, podcast, comedy
Radiodagboek, thema's: bezoek aan de New Market, vismarkt, Indian Coffeehouse, gastronomie in Calcutta, reizen met de tram, gesprek met Biran van Chitra Bani en de manager van de Elite Cinema. Topics: Calcutta, Geert Lovink, radio travelogue series
Radiodagboek, thema's: bezoek aan de New Market, vismarkt, Indian Coffeehouse, gastronomie in Calcutta, reizen met de tram, gesprek met Biran van Chitra Bani en de manager van de Elite Cinema Topics: Calcutta, Radio travelogue series, Geert Lovink
Josiah and Tyler hunker down at Sheridan and Windsor in the Uptown neighborhood and talk about race, gentrification and local radio. Topics: Chicago, illinois, travelogue, driving, improv, blockbyblock
Romano Granderath reist in den Nord-Irak. Ein Reisetagebuch. Produziert von Michaela Katharina Stauten ( http://www.schnittplatz.com ). Romano Granderath travels to northern Iraq. A travelougue (german language). Produced by Michaela Katharina Stauten ( http://www.schnittplatz.com ). Topic: Kurdistan, Erbil, Irak, Arbil, Travelogue, Reisetagebuch, Iraq
byAlwine Baurman (edited and published by Jen Selinsky)
"First Generation Abroad" is a travelogue writen by Jen Selinsky's great grandmother, Alwine Baurman on her 1910 trip to Europe. Jen published the book on www.lulu.com so that it could be preserved for future generations. Jen also has books available for purchase on lulu and Amazon.com. Topics: First Generation Abroad, Europe, 1910 travelogue
A musical journey through Paris featuring Jacques Brel, Serge Gainsbourg, Edith Piaff, Yves Montand, and Charles Aznavour. I also speak about my most recent trip to Paris. Topics: paris, France, french music, travelogue, audio blog
Additional Title: San Francisco PeninsulaDescription: Silent travelogue documenting the San Francisco Peninsula. The film begins with a drive over the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman's Wharf, and features scenes of cable cars, ships in the Bay, the Legion of Honor, Japanese Tea Garden, Lloyd Lake and the Marin Headlands, before heading south on Highway 1 past Ocean Beach and Daly City. Commuters are shown exiting the Southern Pacific railway followed by quick scenes of the major roadways:... Topics: californialightandsound, Travelogue, San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)
1946 Erpi short film, Alaska, Reservoir of Resources, released as U.S. Army educational film # EF-193, Alaska. National Archives lists it as 1945 but the film says 1946.National Archives description: "Shows forests and seacoasts; rapids in a stream; lumberjacks at work; salmon migrating upstream; the netting, transfer to barges, and canning and tinning of salmon; placer mining of gold; an airplane being loaded at an airport; reindeer herds; a silver fox farm; ships arriving in a harbor;... Topics: Alaska, US Army, United States. Army, Travelogue
Letter from Moldova is a story about a journey to Moldova told through 10 letters that reflect on the collapse of the Soviet Union, the contradictory aspect of the current power of the communist party, and the uneasy proximity between post-colonialism and nationalism. On another level the video reveals the problematic nature of travel discourse and the limits of the tourist gaze through the narrator’s own misunderstandings and inherited prejudices about the Russians. (For more info,... Topics: Moldova, postcommunism, nationalism, transition, travelogue, DMedia
For those awaiting organ transplants, everyday brings continued challenges for survival. One solution that some consider is to search overseas for an organ, which poses its own unique obstacles and challenges. On this program, Daniel Asa Rose discussed his search for a kidney in China. Topics: science, organ transplants, china, kidney, medicine, travelogue Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Produced and narrated by filmmaker Don R. Catlin, "City on the Nile" profiles the city of Cairo as it appeared in the 1930s or 40s and the Nile Valley. The tour of the city begins at the famed Shepheard's Hotel, the leading hotel in Cairo and one of the most celebrated hotels in the world from the middle of the 19th century until it was burned down in 1952. The film also includes terrific footage of the city's "native quarter" and images of marketplaces, mosques, the... Topics: Nile, Egypt, Native Quarter, Travelogue, Cairo
Account of journeys made in the Bay of Plenty and the Central part of the North Island of New Zealand in 1839 and 1840. Including an account of the first person to climb Ngauruhoe. Bidwill was also a plant collector and this comes through in the account as well. Publication date is 1841. Topics: New Zealand, Botany, Travelogue, Ngauruhoe, Maori
সুবোধকুমার চক্রবর্তীর রোমান্স মেশানো ভ্রমণকাহিনীর ২৪ খণ্ড। Subodhukmar Chakraborty writes about his travels to the various nooks and corners of India, a journey that is intertwined with his love life. Topics: Travelogue, India, ভ্রমণকাহিনী, ভারত, ভারতবর্ষ,...
Radiodagboek, thema's: bezoek aan Howrah Station, reizen met de tram, interview met professor en dichter Nadig uit Bangalore die voordraagt uit eigen werk, inclusief varia filmmuziek. Topics: Calcutta, Radio travelogue series, Geert Lovink
Produced by Trans World Airlines in the 1970s, "The World of TWA" was a travelogue series that presented the many glamorous destinations served by the company. Accompanied by a fabulous theme song, the start of this film is a terrific music video that features jets, passengers, baggage, and "plane talk". The film follows (in droning voiceover) a typical American couple as they travel around the world on TWA, starting in London, England, and continuing to Paris, France,... Topics: TWA, India, Greece, Travelogue, Hong Kong, Boeing 707, Travelogue, Trans World Airline, Round The...
Tyler and Josiah stake out Horner Park. Josiah re-read the Great Gatsby and was moved. And they imagine getting divorced. Topics: chicago, improv, comedy, belleplaine, california, travelogue, blockbyblock, podcast
John Crook's wine and dine report: Coldstream Hill, Yarra Valley. Arthur von Wiesenberger and Richard Mineards chat with Kerstin Shirokow about 'travel confessions of a Swedish girl'. Ren Zwiers interviews local tourism officer Louise Ratcliffe about a newly released South East Queensland Country touring guide. John Crook chats with James Ashton of Millamooloo (NSW). Topics: travel, podcast, talk, radio, travelogue, interviews, reviews, destinations
Description: Tourism film, highlighting the Bishop Creek area of the Eastern Sierra; Bishop Lakes Basin. Filmed by Burton Frasher, a commercial photographer who traveled through California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and the Pacific Northwest, spanning four decades, 1914-1949. His collection of Eastern Sierra scenic photographs, along with other regionally specific images were published and marketed as post cards, proving to be extremely popular with the public. He was... Topics: californialightandsound, California, Eastern, Forests and forestry--California, Tourists,...
byField Museum of Natural History. Chicago, Illinois.
Filmed John R. Millar, Curator of the N. W. Harris Public School Extension at the Field Museum of Natural History (1938 to 1946). 16mm, silent, B&W, Accession 42. All rights reserved by the Field Museum of Natural History. Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting The Field. Topics: Expedition, Travelogue, Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Daily Life.